District 51 still accredited, but must improve, state says

School District 51’s annual “report card” score from the state improved this year but still fell short of meeting full accreditation expectations. For the fourth consecutive…




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Improving the school system needs to be our highest priority. We are short-changing today’s kids and their future contributions. We are losing out on companies that might invest in Mesa County, or move here, but for the poor educational environment. I can’t imagine that it helps that we have school board members who believe that evolution is just a theory equal with the Bible story about evolution, or that 97% of all scientists are wrong when it comes to climate change. Wake UP Mesa County!

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